A Chauffeur dress code is a set of rules controlling what garments may be worn by a limousine driver. These rules are determined by the limousine company that employs the driver. They may set preference colors for suits, provide some uniforms or specific clothes for the driver to wear. However, chauffeur dress code has some universal rules that must be followed if your employee does not say otherwise.
Let’s look at the chauffeur dress code and what items should be worn by a male chauffeur.
Neck: For corporate runs and night outs tie is optional. However, a tie is required for weddings, graduations and other formal occasions. Bow ties are acceptable but are unusual. The top button of the collar of the shirt must be done up.
Overcoat can be worn if weather requires. Do not put overcoat over a single shirt. Wear a suit or a dark jacket.
Suit Jacket: Plain black suits are the preferred option for most limo operators, but any good quality dark suit is suitable too. Your limo company may have a color preference for a suit.
Shirt: Collared dress shirt is a necessity. It must be clean and well pressed. White is the universally preferred color for weddings and graduations, and other special occasions. For night outs your chauffeur could be dressed in black elegant shirt too. Any good quality white / black shirt will look good and elegant. Avoid button down collars.
Pants: Suit Pants that must match the jacket. Of course, preference for black if not specified otherwise.
Socks: Black or the same color as your suit. If not, at least same darkness as the suit. No logos, images of prints should be visible.
Footwear: Dress Leather Pumps. Preferably black, laced up. Note: people sometimes judge you by your shoes. It is a good idea to invest in good leather shoes and clean them every day.
Rings: A wedding or engagement ring is always allowed. Other rings should be kept away.
Belt: Leather belt that match your suit. No big belt buckles with logos or symbols.
The purpose of chauffeur dress is to represent the company and to make your customers feel in good hands. By following this dress code you will look professional and trustworthy from the second you step out of the limousine. However, the chauffeur needs much more than only to follow the dress code to impress the customers. On the other hand, a good first impression always helps.[ad_2]
Source by Wiliam G. Johnson